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  1. Hey, I recently played around with the network settings, among them was enabling jumbo packages. In the following tests i did, i noticed that Writing a VDB over the network was significantly slower than other formats(bgeo, begeo.sc, obj, etc.), for me on my current network writing a VDB is about 1/5 of the speed of other formats. Local write test show minimal difference, and when writing a vdb over the network it "waits for queued writes", it seems to be a network issue and not tied with the actually creating the VDB. My current solution is a post-frame script that moves the frame to the server after writing it locally and that seems to be about 3 times faster. But i was wondering if anyone could explain it or maybe have a better solution? I am defentlitely Houdini novice so i might just be completly be missing some env variable or the checkbox: MOAR SPEED!1!!one1! [ ]
  2. Sub Steps Cache

    Hey guys, I'm using a File Cache sop to cache a FEM mesh but I can't figure out how to write it's substeps. I'll use this later to collide with a flip simulation and since the FEM is moving pretty fast I need it's substeps to collide properly with the liquid. $FF doesn't work. I guess it saves integer only... not sure though. Any ideas on how to proceed? Thank's Alvaro
  3. Hi, is there a way to write a point attribute in a Python Dop? I know that the usual way like objects.geometry() returns a read-only reference and only in a Python Sop you get it writable. But i want to change the attributes during the simulation. Thanks!
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